There are three different "Minute to Win It" activities in PowerPoint form each containing objectives, procedures, and a link to the site showing the English-accented video the kids will get a kick out of.
Based on the popular TV show, these are quick activities I use for goal setting in our classroom. As we reach certain goals, we take a "Minute to Win It" break. It is probably one of the funniest things I've ever seen and I look forward to these activities more than the kids I think...it is hysterical! Have a camera...these photos make the end of the year slide show priceless! Have fun with this freebie!
Each week I will post a new set of three games for you to enjoy!
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Good question...last year I had 22 kids. They worked in groups of 4 or 5, with one of those people going at a time. Fifth graders by the way...very independent. We would set timer so everyone starts at the same time, and end up with four or five rounds so everyone got a chance to try. Makes it go pretty quick and smooth! Enjoy :0)
:0) There are three others too! Thanks for the feedback and have fun!
August 14, 2012
I was watching this game show the other day thinking about how I could use the activities in my classroom. You did all the work for me and came up with three games that 4th graders will be able to have fun doing. Thanks!!! I look forward to the others.